A Bay space group is saying goodbye to a beloved neighbor. John Kean served as a volunteer firefighter for many years within the city of San Antonio in Pasco County–and lots of say it is a massive loss to their group.
- Pasco County group says goodbye to beloved firefighter
- John Kean handed away at seventy two from most cancers
- Kean was a volunteer firefighter for many years
Tommy Humphries, a pal and fellow firefighter to John Kean, stated John loved serving to individuals.
Humphries volunteered alongside Kean for the final seven years for Pasco Hearth Rescue. However earlier than that, Kean labored within the San Antonio Firehouse for years and was properly generally known as somebody who beloved serving to his group.
“On the coronary heart of all of it, it was John’s compassion to be in his group and assist others out who have been in want,” Humphries stated.
Kean handed away at seventy two-years-previous after an extended battle with most cancers. However whilst his well being was failing, he remained lively as a volunteer, even serving as Affiliation President.
“That is the type of factor that explains why he did not stop to be lively as a firefighter, whilst he obtained older or was ill. As a result of he continued to need to work nevertheless he might,” Humphries defined.
Kean began volunteering within the early Nineteen Seventies, spending a few years in East Pasco. Hearth Rescue officers stated his passing is an enormous loss to their division.
A funeral for Kean might be held on Friday at Hodges Funeral House in Dade Metropolis. The primary a part of the service is open to the general public at eleven a.m.